The Last of Us is a truly exceptional video game. An emotional and engaging narrative, accompanied by solid gameplay make this game my fourth favourite game of the last decade.
What Remains of Edith Finch offers an indie game experience like few others. It Blends mystery, emotion and unique gameplay for an unforgettable journey.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses was my GOTY for 2019, so it's no surprise that it makes it onto my 'Greatest Games of the Decade' list. As someone that isn't a huge fan of the franchise (Awakening was the first I'd played and only one I liked before playing Three Houses), it had to do a lot to... Continue Reading →
Dragon Age Inquisition had a lot to prove after the mediocre reception of Dragon Age 2. While I enjoyed the game, the lazy, copy-paste design was a major issue, this was accompanied by a very small world. Inquisition was the complete opposite in so many ways and it was clear that BioWare had listened to the criticisms. The game offers... Continue Reading →
At number 8 on my "Greatest Games of the Decade" countdown, is The Elder Scrolls Online. A vast and engaging MMO that had me hooked for hundreds of hours.
Overwatch makes 9th place on my "Greatest Games of the Decade" countdown. The beautiful graphics, memorable and varied heroes and the addictive, team-based gameplay help it standout above many others.
This is my countdown of the greatest games of the last decade. At number 10, we have the brilliant and beautiful, Ori and the Blind Forest.
It's the final day of my video game characters challenge. Today I talk about Ezio from Assassin's Creed 2.